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The 2018 CARILEC Engineering Conference will be held in Trinidad on 22-26 July, 2018 under the theme: Creating a Next GEN Utility: Power Infrastructure in the Spotlight.

The Conference is designed specifically for engineers in the electricity industry and will provide delegates with opportunities to develop technical expertise, learn about industry trends, connect with thought leaders and build their professional network.

Dynamic speakers and panelists representing some of the region’s most successful utilities and energy companies will highlight emergent technologies that impact the critical design, development and management issues at utilities.

The Conference, which is usually attended by over two hundred delegates, also provides a unique opportunity for organisations to raise awareness of their products, services and brand via bespoke sponsorship and exhibition packages.

Who Attends?

  • Engineers
  • Utility Executives
  • Regional Utility Personnel 
  • Oil & Gas
  • Industry Professionals
  • Manufacturers of Utility Products
  • Energy Service Providers
  • Purchasing Managers

Conference Sessions Agenda

 

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Contact our Marketing and Member Services Department today for further information on how you can attend-conferences@carilec.org or visit www.carilec.org 

Sunday 22nd July 2018 to Friday 27th July 2018 , 7:30am to 5:00pm

Information to be updated as it becomes available.

 

You will be staying at ……

Hyatt Regency Hotel Trinidad 

#1 Wrightson Road

Port-of-Spain,  Trinidad & Tobago 

ROOM RATES

Single Occupancy King –  US$155

Single Occupancy Double Beds – US$160.00

King Gulf Veiw - US$165

Deluxe King - US$185

Note that double occupancy will incur and additional US$20 per night

Rates are subjected to taxes and service fees of US$21.55% and are inclusive of breakfast and guest room wifi

 

All Reservations must be made by copying and pasting the the link below into a new browser window.

https://book.passkey.com/event/49619022/owner/62716/home 

This room rate and availability is only guaranteed until July 6th, 2018.

All guests must make reservations directly with the Hotel.

BACKUP ACCOMMODATION 

The Radisson Trinidad will like to offer Accommodation rates for members of CARILEC for the Engineering Conference and Exhibition in July. 

CATEGORY

SINGLE

DOUBLE

Standard King/Double Bed

US$145.00

US$155

Business Class

US$160.00

US$170

                                      21 % Tax will be applied to all room rates.

                                Rates include complimentary breakfast & WI-FI

Radisson Hotel Trinidad: The hotel is situated directly opposite the conference venue, a 1 minute walk; and 15 miles from the Piarco International Airport.  A short distance nearby is the trendy Ariapita Avenue with its chic restaurants and bars.

There are 2 restaurants on property: The 360° Restaurant – with panoramic views - is located on the 14th Floor. It is presently open for Sunday Brunch and special events. The Olympia Restaurant located on the ground floor is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner with themed buffets as well as a-la carte dining options. Café Paris, offers deli options for persons on the go and the Maple Bar & Lounge located in the lobby is great for unwinding after a hectic schedule.

There is same day laundry and valet service, wired & wireless high-speed internet access in all guest rooms and public areas, as well as complimentary use of the business centre equipped with computers and printer access.  Complimentary parking is available to guests as well as a 24-hour taxi service.  There is a fitness centre, outdoor pool with sunken pool bar, and gift shop.

Guests also enjoy the below complimentary benefits:

Radisson Rewards:

A global loyalty program that offers a collection of exceptional benefits, services and privileges at 1000+ participating Radisson hotel worldwide.

Daily Breakfast:

Guests enjoys complimentary buffet breakfast daily.

Business Centre:

A range of services tailored to the specific use of the business traveller, complimentary to guests.

High Speed Internet Access:

Available free throughout the Hotel for guests to stay connected.

Check-in & out Time:

Check-in time is 3pm and Check-out time is 12pm. Guests can have the convenience of beginning their stay with an early check-in from as early as 6 am and late check-out to 6 pm.  Requests for extended time is granted upon availability.

Booking Procedures:

Reservations can be made directly with the hotel by email at bookings@rposthotel.com or via the website. Persons will reference the Company, CARILEC, when making reservations.  

The Hotel shall also offer individuals the opportunity to make online reservations by way of the Hotel’s website www.Radisson.com/Trinidad.  Travellers will reference “CARLEC” under more search options when making online reservations  A valid Credit Card is required to confirm a reservation.

Cancellation & No-show policy

We offer free cancellation for reservations cancelled 48 hours prior to arrival date.  Reservations cancelled on same day of arrival date will be billed a nightly penalty at contract rates for the amount of nights booked, up to a maximum 1 night penalty.  

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Participating Companies

  1. ABB Inc
  2. Aclara
  3. Aggreko
  4. AGT Services
  5. Alfa Laval Inc
  6. Alfa Laval Ltd Panama
  7. Altanova Group
  8. American wire Group
  9. Anguilla Electricity Company Ltd. (ANGLEC)
  10. ANSA Technologies Ltd
  11. Antigua Power Company Ltd
  12. Belize Electricity Ltd
  13. Bermuda Electric Light Company
  14. Brush Aftermarket
  15. Brooks Up
  16. Cam Tran Co. Ltd
  17. Caribbean Analytical Services Limited
  18. Caribbean LED Lighting Inc
  19. Caribbean Utilities Company Ltd
  20. Classic Controls Inc
  21. Cliffhanger Solutions Inc
  22. Clinton Climate Imitative
  23. Clinton Foundation
  24. Daihatsu Diesel (America), Inc.
  25. Development Consulting Center
  26. Doble Engineering Company
  27. DNV GL
  28. Electric Power Engineers Inc
  29. ENMAN Group
  30. ETAP- Operations Technology Inc
  31. Genermex
  32. GE Global Services GmbH
  33. Glenn International
  34. Governor Control Systems, Inc.
  35. Grenada Electricity Services Ltd
  36. Guyana Power & Light Inc.
  37. Holland Power Services
  38. Hubbell Power Systems, Inc.
  39. IESCO
  40. Iris Power LP- A Qualitrol Company
  41. ITRON
  42. Jamaica Energy Partners
  43. KE Marine, Inc./Worldwide Diesel Power, Inc.
  44. Kerite
  45. K-Line Insulators Limited
  46. Koppers formerly Cox Industries
  47. KVR Energy Ltd
  48. LED Roadway Lighting Ltd
  49. Leidos
  50. Louisiana Cat
  51. Marmon Utility
  52. Megger
  53. Milbank Mfg
  54. Milsoft Utility Solutions
  55. Milwaukee Tool
  56. Mitsubishi Electric
  57. Motor-Services Hugo Stamp, Inc.
  58. Naftex Internacional
  59. National Electric Coil
  60. National Utilities Regulatory Commission
  61. NVGEBE
  62. OHM International
  63. Open Systems International, Inc.
  64. Osmose Utilities Services
  65. Paradoxe Corporation
  66. Pentol GmBH
  67. Power Delivery Products
  68. Power Producers & Distributors Inc.
  69. Radian Research
  70. Ritz Instrument Transformers Inc
  71. Rocky Mountain Institute
  72. RS Technologies Inc
  73. Saft America Ltd
  74. S&C Electric Company
  75. Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
  76. SD Myers
  77. SELC
  78. Sensus
  79. Separator Spares & Equipment
  80. Shamco Ltd
  81. SOL Caribbean Ltd
  82. Southwire Company
  83. Statia Utility Company N.V
  84. St. Kitts Electricity Company Limited (SKELEC)
  85. St. Vincent Electricity Services Ltd
  86. Sunbelt Energy Gmbh
  87. Tantalus
  88. TESCO - the Eastern Specialty Company
  89. The Power Generation of Trinidad and Tobago
  90. The University of Trinidad & Tobago
  91. TOPS Field Services
  92. Total
  93. Trinidad Generation Unlimited
  94. Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission
  95. Trinity Power Ltd
  96. Veritas Petroleum Services
  97. Virgin Islands Water & Power Authority
  98. Wartsila
  99. WEB Bonaire
  100. Worldwide Electric Corporation
  101. X-CEL Engineering Systems Ltd

 

 

 

Events Sponsor

SPEAKERS
  • A.J. (Tony) Carreira K-LINE INSULATORS LIMITED
    President
  • Ashley Bryan V.I. Water & Power Authority
    T & D System Planning Manager
  • Austin Wade Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
    Group Manager
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  • When

    Sunday 22nd July 2018 to Friday 27th July 2018 , 7:30am to 5:00pm

    Venue

    Hyatt Regency

    Trinidad & Tobago 

    About Trinidad

    Trinidad and Tobago is a dual-island Caribbean nation near Venezuela, with distinctive Creole traditions and cuisines. Trinidad’s capital, Port of Spain, hosts a boisterous carnival featuring calypso and soca music. Numerous bird species inhabit sanctuaries such as the Asa Wright Nature Centre. The smaller island of Tobago is known for its beaches and the Tobago Main Ridge Forest Reserve, which shelters hummingbirds. . It shares maritime boundaries with Barbados to the northeast, Grenada to the northwest, Guyana to the southeast, and Venezuela to the south and west.

    Climate

    The climate is tropical. There are two seasons annually: the dry season for the first five months of the year, and the rainy season in the remaining seven of the year. Winds are predominantly from the northeast and are dominated by the northeast trade winds.

    ELECTRICITY

    The electrical supply is 110/220 volts AC, 60Hz US pattern twin plus earth plugs are standard.

    LANGUAGE

    English is the country's official language (the local variety of standard English is known as Trinidadian English), but the main spoken language is either of two English-based creole languages (Trinidadian Creole or Tobagonian Creole) which reflects the Indian, African and European (including Spanish) heritage of the nation. Both creoles contain elements from a variety of African languages; Trinidadian Creole, however, is also influenced by French.

    Currency

    The local currency is the Trinidad and Tobago dollar. US dollars are widely accepted at an approximate rate of TT $6 to US $1 and you can find rate information at local banks, or the daily newspapers. Euro's and the Pound Sterling (GBP) are not as widely accepted as US dollars. Traveller's cheques and international credit cards are accepted at most hotels, restaurants and malls.  ATM machines are located at the airport, banks, malls, cities and towns.